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Heart rate and Nordic walking School subyect: SPORT for health 8.class, School Simona Jenka, Smlednik
We compared HR during Nordic walking and regular walking
HR – regular walking
HR – Nordic walking
Results Selection Info – regular walking Selected Time:0:00:00 - 0:05:55 Duration:0:05:55 Heart Beat Sum:639beats Heart rate min avg max 91 108 120 bpm Selection Info – Nordic walking Selected Time:0:00:00 - 0:05:30 Duration:0:05:30 Heart Beat Sum:665beats Heart rate minavg max 89121 133 bpm
These results showed... … that Nordic walking increased the mean HR compared to regular walking from 108 to 121 bpm. Pupils: Nina, Katja, Matic, Rok
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